UPS Settles Pregnancy Bias Case That Went To High Court
Law360, New York (October 1, 2015, 5:13 PM EDT) -- United Parcel Service Inc. has settled a high-profile pregnancy discrimination case that was revived by the U.S. Supreme Court in March, according to a Thursday filing in Maryland federal court from the package delivery giant and the former UPS driver who brought the suit.
UPS had maintained that its denial of a pregnant worker's light-duty request in 2006 didn't run afoul of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act. (Credit: AP) UPS and Peggy Young, a delivery driver denied light-duty work while pregnant, lodged a stipulation in federal district court in Greenbelt, Maryland, saying they had resolved all the claims in the case —...
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